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  1. Member
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    #1

    Are there any changes

    1)Are there any changes you brought in to incorporate the current budget requirements. please highlight so as to reduce my time of review.

    2) Are there any changes that you incorporated for the current budget requirements. Please highlight so as reduce my review time.



    Are both the sentences correct and do they convey the same meaning?

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    #2

    Re: Are there any changes

    2) is better, but needs a question mark after 'requirements'. Add 'them' after 'highlight'.

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    #3

    Re: Are there any changes

    Your text is unclear. It can be interpreted as:

    Please highlight any changes you may have incorporated given the current budget requirements.
    or
    Please highlight any changes you may have incorporated in the current budget requirements.

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    #4

    Re: Are there any changes

    Please highlight any changes you may have incorporated(,) given the current budget requirements. Should there be a comma after "incorporated"?
    or
    Please highlight any changes you may have incorporated in the current budget requirements.

    You normally say you incorporate something in/into something, not for something.
    I am not a teacher.

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